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a stand-off with a wanted parolee finally comes to an end, leafing four officers injured. the latest details from overnight. law enforcement officers and emergency responders from across the bay area are in oakland today for the training exercise. a change in some of the plans for the drills after two people were injured yesterday. and a homemade explosive device goes off in san francisco. what we are learning about the device and what police are now looking at for leads.
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good morning everyone. it is saturday, october 26th. >> good morning. let's check in for a look at forecast. still cool outside. >> yes, 20 minutes until the official sunrise. we will be mostly sunny again for today. i'm seeing just a few patches of fog. where coming up. it's a cool start. we will take a look at the chilly temperatures and for the afternoon, i think we will be slightly warmer in most cases. a look at the afternoon highs in the extended forecast. cooler conditions, breezy conditions and some models even want to bring a little bit of rain our way. i will show you that model coming up. new this morning, a wanted parolee who kept roseville police in a stand-off for nearly 10 hours has surrendered. he was taken away by an ambulance with minor injuries. it started yesterday at about 3:00 in the afternoon. roseville police say they were
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with a federal immigration special agent on their way to arrest him. as they approached the house, he opened fire. >> i think this is one of the biggest scenes or issues, if you will, that we have seen in this whole state or region. >> he was able to sneak past officers and run to another house just a few blocks away where he again opened fire. in all, a special agent and three roseville police officers were injured. one of the officers is listed in serious condition. the rest of are said to be doing okay. also new this morning highway 101 in redwood city is re-open. all lanes were closed at 4:20 causing drivers to be diverted off at east 3rd avenue. one person was transported to the hospital. the road is now clear and traffic is moving. chp still investigating the cause of the crash. helicopter exercises have been canceled for the urban
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shield training event after two firefighters were hurt. it happened after a water rescue drill. we are live in oakland with more on what happened and how it could affect events today. >> reporter: well, we've been told about a slight change in plans. we found out that not all of the helicopter exercises have been canceled for today. we are at the training facility. you can see some of the firefighters have started to prepare for today's events. they are here as part of the urban shield training event that's going to be happening here. and at 11:00, they'll have a helicopter land here at the location. and they were going to have two helicopters land but there was a change in plan after you mentioned two firefighters suffered minor injuries going through a training exercise yesterday afternoon. those firefighters are recovering and they are expected to be okay. but they did cancel one of the two helicopters that was going to land here. and oakland police and fire department, the sheriff's
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department and more than a dozen other law enforcement agencies and emergency responders from the bay area and across the country are in oak l.a.p.d. this weekend -- oakland this weekend. this is video from last week's event. they have been doing this since 2007. it's a throe-day training exercise and it's designed to help them train to respond to things like natural disasters, hostage situations and search and rescue operations. >> test the capabilities of different s.w.a.t. teams, their preparedness and compete with other s.w.a.t. team, we have search and rescue, hostage situations. >> reporter: now the urban shield program does have the critics. yesterday there were about 100 vendors marketing weapons and other equipment to law enforcement officers and the program receives about $1.5 million from the federal government to cover its cost. so there are some people who have said, have criticized the tv event as a way to militarize
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local police in their words there. falls on the two of had year anniversary of occupy oakland. more on the peaceful protests that took place yesterday evening in light of that event. more than 100 protesters came together last night. >> last night, protesters marched in the streets of oakland. they continued on in front of oakland city hall. they wanted to mark the second anniversary of the police raid on the camp and to protest against urban shield. >> everyone should have military training. we shouldn't be using military techniques for civilian purposes. >> the protest lasted until about 9:00 last night. there was a heavy police presence but overall, the
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protest was peaceful. and last night, protests were different from the occupy protests that happened two years ago. police used tear gas to try to control the crowd. and it cost business owners tens of thousands of dollars. the public later criticized police and city leaders for how they handled it. police are searching for whoever set off a homemade explosive device in a garbage can, injuring a homeless man. it happened yesterday afternoon. police say the victim was collecting recyclables when the device exploded. his injuries are not considered life-threatening. police are checking video in hopes of trying to find the person who planted the at the vice. >> a white male, about 30 years of age, seen leaving the scene after the explosion. >> the device is said to be similar to an m-80 fire
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cracker. police say they did not find any other devices in the area. and police have arrested two men in connection to a deadly shooting last week. it happened early sunday morning. the victim was a 32-year-old man from san francisco. and investigators say they arrested a 25-year-old and 21- year-old on suspicion of homicide. he also faces a weapons charge. the fbi will be conducting its own independ did he want investigation into tuesday december -- independent investigation into tuesday's fatal shooting. and as the fbi looks for answers, so do members of the community. hundreds of young students marched to the sheriff's department yesterday. many demanded the deputy who shot ask killed the 13-year-old be arrested and charged with murder. investigators say the murder, a 24-year veteran fired at him because he says he feared for
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his life as he pointed what turned out to be an air soft rifle right at him. >> i don't know if he came swinging around with a rifle in the hand. of course, you go to protect yourself. >> there's a trigger happy cop. and he needs to be prosecuted to the full extent of the criminal law. >> a sheriff said in a statement he welcomes the fbi investigation and will cooperate with agents. as the investigation continues into the death of two bart workers, some say a change in safety policies could have other consequences for riders. the bart workers and state regulators have been concerned for years about a practice called simple approval. that practice makes rail workers largely responsible for their own safety out on the tracks. it was suspended after the deaths of two workers on the tracks last week. the policy change is expected to cause construction related delays and affect the on-time rating. one worker says the switch could increase overtime an issue during the labor contract
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dispute. we have learned that the service employee's union and the transit union will hold votes on the same day. union leaders are recommended approval and one worker says reaction from the rank and file is positive. and after the union's vote, bart's board of directors will hold its own vote. they need majority approval to sign off on the deal. if the contract is ratified, the restrooms in a dozen stations could be re- opened. they locked the doors after the terrorist attacks and they have remained closed ever since. but the unions say the contract includes a provision that calls for a committee to look into re- opening the restrooms. one big story weather-wise was the fog this morning. is that the still the case into the weekend on this saturday? >> mostly clear skies. >> perfect. >> just a few patches of fog. and the clear skies have resulted in pretty cool numbers once again. and because of the mostly clear
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sky, we will bounce back. fairly soon. with a nice afternoon in store. , a live look over downtown oakland where the sun is on the way. and again, we have what looks like eight to 10 minutes depending on where you live until the official sunrise moves in. and perhaps a few high clouds. why in just a moment. and first the numbers, because it's a chilly one in areas over parts of the north bay. 37 in nevada. 39 in santa rosa. and 50 degrees in san francisco. upper 40s in oakland. 44 walnut creek. a few degrees cooler than yesterday. so if you're stepping out early, you may notice that anywhere from four to six degrees cooler in the neighborhood. as we shift to the north, 39 degrees. noticing a little bit of fog many the area. santa rosa reporting partly cloudy skies and fog reported earlier. but it may be clearing already.
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that's good news. and seeing fog develop here. right along the coastline. half moon bay, visibility eight miles. not patchy and dense but gray skies overhead here. and partly cloudy to mostlyny for the coast today. and mostly sunny elsewhere. i want to show you the system, and bringing us high clouds time and time again. it's right about here. you may have noticed yesterday, luck up and have high clouds overhead. outside of that, we are looking at nice blue skies for the afternoon. again, for today. that system i showed you a moment ago isn't going to be moving to the bay, it's going to be moving south. and let me show you the track here as we get into saturday afternoon. and by sunday morning, it's out of the here. no rain over our area. so for today, mostly sunny skies, temperatures slightly warmer than yesterday. 75 for nevada. today, 37. upper 60s. along the east bay shoreline, low 70s for oakland. upper 70s for the inland areas.
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76 morgan hill. mid 70s in santa cruz. 66 in san francisco. the extended forecast here. changes will come as early as tomorrow. today's going to be trayvon martin warmest day of the weekend. and temperatures -- going to become the warm day of the weekend. notice the plunge in the temperatures. cooler and breezy. and again, even a model that wants to bring a few showers our way. i will detail the mod expel show you if -- model and show you if you can expect rain coming up. who is in charge of fixing the affordable care act website and when things should be running smoothly? plus, families know that organ donors know the gift saves lives. how social media helps connect them. i love watching tv outside.
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welcome back. a little bit of fog. mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. and today will be a warmer day than friday. political analysts say hillary clinton appears to be laying the foundation for another presidential run. last night, she brand up three main speaking events in three days. she urged lawmakers to focus on moving the country forward. this is her first series of political speeches since she left the state department. a billionaire announced that he is co-chairing a political action committee independent of clinton but whose goal is to promote her presidential run in 2016. the adviser president barack obama hand picked to fix the obamacare website is promising it will work smoothly at the end of the next month. a company will serve as the
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general contractor to oversee repairs instead of a tech company. it was a division of the health of human services that was running the system. a team of experts have identified a dozen problems with the website. the government expects about 7 million people to enroll next year. >> we did not fight so hard for so many years just to build a website. we did it to free millions of american families from the awful fear that one illness or injury might cost you everything you worked so hard to build. >> in this morning's weekly address, president barack obama said the glitches will not stop americans from enrolling in the system. he says nearly 700,000 people have already applied for coverage. well instead of plushing pills down the toilet or throwing them in the garbage, people have a chance to safely get rid of unwanted or expired prescription drugs. with local and state agencies,
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they hold this event twice each year. in april, the area locations collected 18-tons of drugs. and there are 220 collection sites throughout northern california today. the drop-off time is between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. one family is expressing gratitude at meeting the mother of the man when gave them the ultimate gift. on the power to keep their young son alive. >> reporter: on this sunny fall day, the next chapter begins in the family's journey. >> he's been 5 months old, he's been on medication. >> reporter: he received a life- saving kidney and liver transplant. he will take drugs for the rest of his life. a young life that president could say because of a tragedy. >> we never lost sight of the fact that we know someone lost a loved one to give us back our loved one. >> reporter: dad and mom are minutes away if meeting the mother of the organ donor, her son died in a car crash.
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>> i'm praying that it brings her family peace. i'm hoping she can look at matthew and that can see it there. >> reporter: the couple was a mix of emotions, nervous, but when the front door opened, it was joy and gratitude they felt. while she was grieving the loss of her 22-year-old son brandon, a soldier in the army, she came across a news story about a little boy receiving transplant. the dates matched and it clicked. >> how cool. >> the first one was liver and kidney, 2-year-old male. >> reporter: she then reached out via facebook. >> thank you. >> reporter: and today, the emotional meeting, seeing her army son's legacy continue in a little boy. >> he wanted to help flow balancely humanity by bettering people's lives. he couldn't have helped anybody in a greater way. >> served our country. and even in passing, continued to serve. he found a way to give and
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continue to keep giving. and i think that says a lot about him. >> both families say they are grateful to social media for bringing them together. a new documentary about a local sports hero premiered last night. >> my mom always told me that god had some plan for me. given my circumstances, i didn't think that was true. >> he was born missing part of his left arm. but at 13, he was 6'10" and went on to play college basketball. he was on the red carpet last night, soaking in the surreal moment. >> wasn't an easy thing to do with the disability. but i made it work with help of certain coaches and role models who really helped me in different ways to get me where i needed to be to be successful. >> he was a college graduate
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and a motivational speaker and he has been in talks with the harlem globetrotters about a try-out next year. the excitement continues for the big wave surfing community. opening ceremonies kicked off yesterday just north. 24 surf offers are signed up for the event. they get about 24 hours notice when conditions will be right for the competition to begin. and it can happen any time between november 1st and march 3 1st. well the 49ers are going through the last day of practice before tomorrow's game in london. leading the team through drills here. they moved down to the london area resort yesterday and started practicing. although the niners are heavy favorites, the head coach says his players won't take them lightly. >> they've watched the jaguars on tape all week. and respect the team. they see it on the tape. you know, this good football
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team. >> the niners say one of the biggest adjustments they had to make this week is handling the jetlag. kick-off is scheduled for 10:00 tomorrow morning. you can watch the pre-game show. the giant's pitcher says one of the reasons he's back with the team is to make amends for his disappointing performance the past few seasons. he had a chance to test the free agency market this winter but says he couldn't leave the giants on a down note. he was 10-14 last year with an e.r.a over 4.0. is that testings show the winner of tonight's world series game will likely win the whole thing. the series is tied at 1-1 after the cardinals beat the red sox thursday night. and in the past century, there were 53 times the world series was tied at 1-1. the winner of game three went on to take the
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series 38 times, a 73% winning percentage. you can see whether the red sox or the redbirds get a leg up tonight. tune in to ktvu. coverage begins at 4:30. first pitch after 5:00. coming up, you may want to check the refrigerator. an important recall of cheese this morning. and why halloween stores say dressing up isn't just for people anymore. a pleasant day in store for your saturday. the sun is rising. it is a chilly start. but we have a warm-up on the way. when temperatures will become more comfortable coming up.
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craft is recalling 735,000 cases of cheese string products sold across the country. they have code dates from october 25th through february 11th, 2014.
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they say they're going to spoil before the best when used by dates. people with that affected cheese can return it to the store for an exchange or refund. the mexican government is refusing to lift the ban on chicken from three central valley foster farms processing facilities after nearly 400 people in the united states were sickened. foster farms has reported a 25% drop in sales. expersons say it could have a wider affect. they are working with the u.s. and mexican authorities to show how new protocols have reduced the rates of contamination. halloween is just a few days away and some people are still looking for the perfect costume for themselves and their pets. a costume shop in new york city says they have as many costumes for animals as people. that includes wigs and hats. the biggest sellers for people and animals are pop culture icons that include lady gaga,
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and the cast of breaking bad. >> all right. well, if you have it in you, to dress up your pet and yourself, that's great. let's see, do we need warm weather costumes or cold weather costumes? >> yeah, when the sun goes down, here comes the chill. we will be cool but we are going to be dry on halloween. i remember last halloween, by about dinner time, it was raining in the north bay. and that put a damper on things. we may see a few scattered showers on monday. i'm going to show you exactly that. we are looking at cooler air to move in by then. and breezy conditions. and start today, patchy fog along the coast. and just inside the bay. for the afternoon, mostly sunny and temperatures will be warmer this afternoon. and we start out tomorrow morn, the time stamp says 9:00 a.m. like this morning. and we go on with the sunday. but take a look by sunday night, early into monday morning, a few sprinkles popping up over the south bay. and then as i move us forward through monday afternoon, look
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at what the model brings, slight possibility to the air. looks like scattered showers may be a possibility. but for us here at home, i think we will be partly cloudy and breezy and cooler. and we are going to leave in just a 10% chance at maybe a light scattered shower. watching that for you. between now and then, great weather to tend to. temperatures at this hour in the upper 30s for the cooler locations. widespread 40s to low 40s. -- to lower 50s. and temperatures better by 10:00 a.m. and by noontime, low 60s along the coast. bay and inland. temperatures fill if quite nice for the afternoon. a huge story back in the 90s. 17 years later, back in the spotlight now. what newly released documents say about the parents of jonbenet ramsey and why they never faced charges in connection with her death. and fleet week wasn't what
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organizers hoped it would be.
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the urban shield drill continues today in oakland and san francisco for police officers and firefighters. and it's already brought out protesters angry at what they call recent acts of police brutality.
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welcome back. >> more than 50 emergency scenarios will take place in the urban shield training event despite two firefighters being injured. we are live in oakland with more on what happened and how this could affect today's events. >> well because of what happened yesterday, there has been a slight change in plans. the two firefighters that were injured yesterday afternoon around 4:40, one an oakland firefighter and another a sacramento firefighter. they were going to be leading one of the training exercises today. and they were doing a hoisting exercise where they would be hoisted out of a boat into a helicopter. well, they did get injured. and because of, that there's only going to be one helicopter that they'll use for the operations today. and that hell continuer is going to land here at the oakland fire department's training facilities. initially, -- there were going to be two. and now just one. both firefighters are expected to be okay. in fact, one of the two will be
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back here today. leading this training exercise. but this is all part of the urban shield operation. let's show you video of the urban shield videos from last year. they have been doing this since 2007. and organizers say the goal is to help emergency responders train for things like hazmat situations and natural disaster, terrorist attacks and hostage situations. and they have one simulation that's going to be a simulation of an elementary school shooter. more than 500 law enforcement law enforcement officers and emergency responders from across the area and the world are taking part in urban shield this year. some come from idaho, minnesota and one organizer says there's a team from jordan taking part in these training exercises. >> it's uncome rabble to anything else this we have the opportunity to do. we can learn from them and they can learn from us. so you get to experience the exercises that have been put up. and they are quite challenging to it's not just run of the mill training. >> reporter: now this three-day training exercise happens to
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fall on the two-year anniversary of the occupy oakland camp. yesterday, there were about 100 protesters were they were protesting the militarization of the police. some protesters were unhappy about the use of federal money for the operation. live in oakland, channel 2 a couple has a history of driving under the influence. court records show she was convicted of driving under the influence just last year. and she is expected to make her first court appearance on monday. police say she hit a couple walking their dog thursday night. the car crossed the center divide and plowed into another car before hitting the tree. the couple leaves behind three
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teenage children who say they want the harshest possible sentence. >> really, really mad. i feel like she should be thrown in jail for life. for life. i have no sympathy towards her. >> the section of the street where the couple was walking does not have sidewalks. police say a suspect in a car crash on tuesday that killed a family of five including a pregnant woman also has a criminal history. the sacramento bee reports that ryan christopher was released from prison last month after serving time for evading police and reckless driving. he did not have a violence drivers license and had been drinking with his father before the crash. the 9-year-old boy who survived the crash is also in critical condition. a decision about the next police chief could be made before thanksgiving. the city manager says that she wants to make the acting chief
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the permanent chief. he was named acting chief back in january after the chief moore resigned. she says she hopes to bring his possible appointment before the city council sometime in november. the appointment of a new police chief comes as many women are leaving the police department. we have learned that nine women police officers have resigned just this year. many of them are leaving because of cuts in pay and benefits. a 13-year veteran says she quit to join redwood city police. there used to be more opportunities for female officers to work in special units and undercover operations. >> our unit dwindling, we don't have anything, there's nothing to offer for officers and female officers to do anymore. >> according to the police union, women office everies make up about 9.5% of the police department. compared to close to 11% in oakland and more than 15% in san francisco. the public will soon have
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its say over a proposal to raise a toll on the golden gate bridge. the district says it needs more revenue to off-set $142 million deficit. the district's board is considering several options including a $1 toll increase, higher tolls during peak commute times and a possible end to the $1 fast track discount. public hearing will be held next year with the toll hike potentially occurring as soon as april. the richmond bridge could experience a big change. an idea is being floated that would open a third eastbound lane for the evening commute. the transportation authority approved spending $190,000 for a study. right now, the bridge has two lanes in each direction. but each direction also has one shoulder lane. the study will determine if the shoulder lanes could turn into traffic lanes during busy commute times. well a plan to revitalize the neighborhood in san francisco has some airwise
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owners worried. under the plan, there would be a 10-story housing and retail building. some owners say they'll have nowhere to go if the project moves forward. >> i have family also. i don't want to lose my income. >> they are going to have a challenge of fitting a really big new billing into a neighborhood that has a lot of rough edges but where the people who live here really like it. >> the plan still has to be approved by several city agencies before it can get a green light. a festival benefiting businesses on san francisco's water front will be held this weekend to make up for the lackluster fleet week. they put together the street festival after a majority of fleet week activities were put on hold thanks to the sequester. it will have live music, children's rides and a firework show. several blocks will be closed to traffic because of the
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festival. and emission is free. see those images just getting me excited about next month with grab season coming up and getting in the season. so that's on my mind right now. i don't know what's on your mind. >> you have to wait until then. you can go down today. >> and excited about the weekend. it's going to be nice. we've got mostly sunny skies for the afternoon temperatures. going to be warming up over yesterday's highs by a few degrees in most cases. waking up with mostly clear skies over going to show you, over my shoulder there. yes, indeed. we've got some cool temperatures out there this morning. and even cooler than yesterday. areas like liver moore reporting cooler than yesterday. and oakland about 47. 50 degrees san francisco there. is where we have a temperatures just well, anywhere from a few to several degrees above the freezing. 39 in nevada. but the sun is now up. and over the next hour or two, we will begin to see the
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temperatures turn around. 50 degrees redwood city. and a chilly start, and mostly cloudy skies over half moon bay. but most waking up with patchy fog. and that's really about it. and mostly sunny skies and high clouds for the afternoon. and if we shift along the peninsula, 43. 44 for foster city. and sliding back here showing you the bigger picture, the system here that remains offshore. it helped to disrupt the marine layer and blow out the low clouds we were stuck with for several days and that brought us the high clouds as well yesterday. so this system going to remain right here. it will begin to shift south later today. it's not going to move any closer or bring us rain. i wish we would see rain. slightly warmer temperatures for the afternoon. and mostly sunny skies and once we get past the chilly start, pockets of fog. and temperatures in the 60s along the coast. 70s to upper 70s for the inland
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communities. 75 in napa for today. we head to the east, 71 in. 73 for caster valley. pittsburgh, into the south bay, 73. mid-70 along the water at santa cruz. 69 for the afternoon. 66 in san francisco. low 60s with partly cloudy skies for the coast. the extended forecast here, notice temperatures begin to trend downward by tomorrow. and by the evening, we will begin to see more in the way of cloud cover. and we wake up monday, partly to mostly cloudy, breezy conditions and moving into the bay area. and take a look at some of the numbers, upper 60s for the inland communities. mid-60s around the bay. 60 degrees at the coast with the breezy conditions. going to feel cool. we will pull out of that by
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tuesday and wednesday. but notice on monday, chance with a question mark. there's a possibility, maybe a few sprinkles. going to show you the futurecast model coming up ! well 17 years after the killing of jonbenet ramsey, newly released court documents shed new light on the crime and the investigation. it reveals that the grand jury wanted to indict jon and patsy ramsey. she was just six years old when her body was found in the basement. the district attorney at the time decided not to prosecute saying there wasn't enough evidence to win a conviction. >> we do know from the crime scene experts that the scene appears to have been staged. >> that chapter of the book has been closed and is a done deal. this family should be recognized as the district attorney said in 2008 as victims of crime. >> the ramseys did maintain their innocence all along. and the district attorney in 2008 did make the unusual move
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of public exonerating both parents of any wrong doing. the mother need 2006 of cancer. gay waiter gets a note of thanks from a couple but no tip. why they say they could not give him a tip. and how other customers are now responding. and possible changes to the cost of parking in walnut creek. how much meters could cost. and a live look outside. the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. looking fantastic so far on this saturday morning. time now 7:42. [ superfan ] we're hitting the road to help america discover the new helper.
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welcome back. a live look there at san francisco. to the west, partly cloudy skies and 50 degrees outside your door. it's been one year since hurricane sandy hit cuba. cuban officials say repairing or replacing all of the damaged homes could take another six years. some residents say they're waiting for the government to even acknowledge their need for help. days after hitting cuba, sandy slammed the eastern seaboard of the united states. five people were hurt on a ride at the north carolina state fair. and now investigators are trying to figure out how it all happened. the victims were on a ride thursday night when it malfunctioned. and investigators say it appears the run stopped and then started again just as people were trying to get off. >> we have about 35, 40 people that our investigators and officers are talking to at this time. that may have witnessed it or seen something that would help
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us. the rides are to be inspectioned three times daily and that is something they'll be looking at. >> the victims range in age from 14 to 39. and included that ride operator. at least two people suffered critical injuries. a waiter in georgia was left a note saying he would not be receiving a tip because he was gay. and now others are headed to the restaurant. >> we are here to meet your celebrity, the one mistreated and. she said, that's my son. would you like a table or a booth? and i said, where ever he's serving. >> the waiter says instead of leaving a tip, a couple he served left a note that read, thank you for your service, it was excellent. that being said, we cannot tip you for your home sexual life style is an affront to god. he shared the note with friends who posted it to social media.
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more than 20 members of the air national guard are accused of providing false addresses so they could receive higher pay. it made it look like they lived out of state. some of the service members were paid four to five times what they would normally earn due to the fraud. the 214th group flies drones in iraq and afghanistan. it appears even the former head of the nsa is not immune from someone eavesdropping on his phone conversations. the former chief was talking to a reporter on the cellphone this week on an amtrak train while another passenger decided to listen in. that passenger was tom matsy, the former washington director of moveon.org. he tweeted out what he was saying in real time, with hash tag, exnsa needs a day job. he bragged about the practice
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of rendition. >> i thought it was the wrong thing to do for an official of his stature to be making those sorts of comments. >> he got a call after hanging up with the reporter and went over to talk to him. he says he asked him if he wanted a real interview and posed for a picture with him. the tsa is defending itself against accusations of wasteful spending. many tsa agents were classified as criminal investigators. even though the primary duties did not involve criminal investigations. criminal investigators earn much higher salaries and auditors say the same work could be performed by employees who make less money. it could cost taxpayers at least $17.5 million over the next five years? >> and as part of the investigation into the airlines crash, federal investigators traveled to south korea. they met with personnel there
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to observe company procedures and gather information on airline training. and it reviewed records of the plane that crashed. they plan to hold a two-day hearing toen the crash in early december. police have bustedded a major pot growing operation and made five arrests. they discovered hundreds of plants growing on county land. police released the photo of the almost 6 hub pounds of marijuana seized. and they say cash and guns were found. four of the people arrested are from mexico. the fifth suspect lives in oakland. the medical center is facing a $100,000 fine from the california department of public health. state officials say the hospital failed to follow established procedures for administration of medication. they say that put patients at risk. the medical crepter is one of eight california hospitals being fined by the state. parking rates may go up for
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drivers in walnut creek. the city is considering plans to ease congestion there. are about 30,000 parking spots in walnut creek. and they're almost always taken there. can be frustrating for people who say they would rather be shopping or eating. >> driving around and around and around. and there's not enough parking garages: we have come here for dinner on the weekends and have no place to park and end up leaving. >> plans call for extended meter hours and enforcing meters on sunday. the city council is expected to approve the changes in december. trash removal companies are lining up for their chance to win a multi-year contract with five east bay cities. a deal worth close to $5 billion. aamong the competitors, -- among the competitors are
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several companies the. current contract expires in march. the deal would likely include a renewal for another 10 years. richmond police could soon join other departments that require officers to wear body cameras. if the program is a success, all officers on the force will be required to record footage of every incident they respond to. they are a requirement for police in san francisco and oakland. well napa county is teaming up with the common sense gun safety group to host the first gun safety day. and that is going to be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. between city hall and the police department on first street. the first 300 will receive free gun locks. organizers say it's an open invitation to anyone interested in learning more about gun safety. getting another day to get
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california. we have to warn you, the video of the sea lions' injuries is graphic. four sea lions have washed up in recent months. and officials say the shootings are common in october when squid fishing season is underway. there's no evidence that fishermen are responsible for the latest shootings. >> it's horrible. i can't imagine somebody would want to do that to any animal. >> shooting sea lions is illegal under the marine mammal act. anyone convicted faces up to $10,000 in fines and as much as a year in jail. the controversy over the washington redskins team name is spreading to other cities. the group called the american indian movement is asking the minnesota vikings to avoid using the redskin's name during their nationally televised game against washington on november 7th. they want no mention of it whatsoever. but the vikings are rejecting
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the call saying they are obligated to promote the league and each of the teams. several hundred protesters are expected at the game next month. a sixth grader from wisconsin is making headlines for wearing the same nfl jersey every day for nearly three years. his family may be die hard viking fans, but he loves the green bay packers and for 1,335 days, he has been wearing the same rogers jersey. it looked normal when he first started but new it's fade sod you can barely even read the name. >> i made the mistake of mentioning that the boy that had worn the brett favre jersey just over four years. and at that point, he's like, hmm, is there even a record. >> well he says he plans on wearing the jersey for more than four years and the goal is to score a meeting with the player whose name used to be there on the back. no word how many times he's
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actually washed. >> that's terrible, like trying to look up, washing it, and hen put it back? >> maybe once a week. >> every other day is the answer. >> there you go. >> every other day. not bad. >> that's okay, right? >> not bad, that's commitment. every other day? good for them. that's awesome. quite awesome, our weather. we are off to a cool start, but the opens the we will leave behind over the next hour or two. and warmer for today, anywhere from two to four to six degrees warmer than friday. some of us may barely notice. some definitely will. going from 71 to 77. i think you will notice that. yesterday, expected to hit 76 for today. and oakland nudge up just a few degrees or so, two to three to be correct there. and your forecast here. i want to zoom you into monday because tomorrow's going tuberculosis a nice day. and slightly cooler. but by monday, bigger changes
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take place. take a look at this. into monday morning, notice even a few sprinkles over area. we turn partly cloudy. into monday, roll you through. and notice 4:00 in the afternoon. a few pieces of rain wanting to creep up a along the coastline here. even picking up some right here. and this is new. we didn't see this just a day or so ago. but the system dropping out of british columbia, going to cool us down. take a look at monday. the numbers really take a plunge. widespread 60s many the forecast. going to be breezy. and now slight possibility it may be scattered showers. it is slight. you may not need that umbrella. and take a look at the weekend, nice today. slightly cooler for tomorrow. and a cool one this morning. a look at the current temperature coming up. details of the final moments straight ahead.
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a wanted parolee finally surrenders to police after a stand-off shuts down a neighborhood and injures four officers. and the urban shield drill continues around oakland and san francisco. more on the accident that happened yesterday that forced a change in plans. more fallout from an accident that killed two workers. good morning. >> good morning. let's look at how our day is shaping up. starting off cool. but always turns out to be a nice day. >> yeah, nice weather for the afternoon. and it is cool out there this morning. and even some sinking back into the 30s. i will show you the current temperatures coming up. and fog. but by the afternoon, mostly sunny. partly cloudy for the coastline. temperatures warming up over
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yesterday as well. in the extended forecast, a big plunge in the temperatures. breezy conditions and now the models want to bring rain our way. now that we're into the next hour, we will update these numbers for you as well as the futurecast model. and i will show you that coming up. a wanted parolee who kept police in a stand-off for nearly 10 hours has surrendered. he was taken away by ambulance with minor injuries and it started yesterday at about 3:00 in the afternoon. police say they were with a federal immigration special agent on the way to arrest him. but they say as they approached the house, he opened fire. >> i think this is one of the biggest scenes or issues, if you will, that we have seen in this whole state or region. >> reporter: he was able to sneak past officers and run into another house a few blocks away where he again opened fire. in all, a special agent and three police officers were hurt. one officer is in serious
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condition. and the rest are doing okay. highway 101 has reopened following a multi-car crash that triggered an alert. all lanes were closed at 4:20 this morning. at least one person was taken to san francisco general hospital with head and neck injuries the. road is now clear and traffic is moving. the chp is still investigating the cause of the crash. happening today, the urban shield drills continue despite two firefighters suffering minor injuries. it happened yesterday about 4:40 in the afternoon during a practice water rescue in san francisco bay. one firefighter was from oakland. and the other from sacramento. more than 50 other emergency scenarios will take place this weekend. about 5,000 people are expected to participate. we are at the urban shield command center and she will live during the hour with new information on the day's events. and urban shield continues, it's unclear if protests will
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as well. more than a hundred protesters came together last night. >> last night, protesters marched through the streets of oakland and then met at broadway. and continued to oakland city hall. they wanted to mark the second anniversary of the police raid on occupy oakland camp and protest against urban shield. >> everyone should have good training. but not military training. we shouldn't use military techniques for civilian purposes. >> the protest lasted until about 9:00 last night. officers said there was heavy police presence just in case of problems but say overall the protest was peaceful. last nigh's demonstrations from what we saw two years ago. during those protests, police used tear gas to try to control
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the protesters and the vandalism cost tens of thousands of dollars and the public criticized police and city leaders for how they happened it willed the protests. the fbi will conduct its own investigation into tuesday's shooting. this as the fbi also looks for answers as do members of the community. hundreds of young students marched to the sheriff's department yesterday and many demanded that the deputy who shot ask killed the 13-year-old be arrested and charged with murder. investigators say a 24-year veteran of the department fired at him because he says he feared for his life. the story has stirred a range of emotions from residents. >> i don't know if he came swinging around with a rifle in his hand. of course, go to protect yourself. >> a trigger happy cop. and he needs to be prosecuted to the full extent of the
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criminal law. >> the sheriff said he welcomes the fbi investigation and will cooperate with agents. well san francisco police are searching for whoever set off a homemade explosive device, injuring a homeless man. it happened around 1:30 yesterday afternoon. police say the victim was collecting recyclables when the device exploded. police are checking video in the hopes of finding the person who planted the sequel vice. >> we have a suspect description as a white male, about 30 years of age, who was seen leaving the scene after the explosion. >> the device is said to be similar to an m-0 fire crackers and police say they didn't find any other devices in the area. police have arrest 2 men in connection to a deadly shooting last weekend. it happened early sunday morning near mission and 16th street. it was a 32-year-old man. investigators say they arrested
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the 25-year-old and a 21-year- old on suspicion of homicide. one faces a weapons charge. as the investigation continues into the deaths of two bart workers, some say a change in safety policies could have other consequences for employees and riders. according to the times, bart workers have been concerned for years about a practice called simple approval. that practice makes rail workers largely responsible for their own safety when on the tracks the. policy was suspended indefinitely after the deaths of two workers last weekend. and the policy is expected to cause construction related delays and affect the on-time rating. one worker tells the times the switch could also increase overtime which was an issue during the contract dispute. the bart unions will vote on the contract next friday. and we have learned that service employee's union will hold votes on the same day rather than on two different
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days. union leaders are recommend ago prove and one worker we talked to says reaction from the rank and file is positive after the union's vote. the board of directors will hold its own vote and they need approval to sign off on the deal. the contract is ratified. restrooms could possibly re- open. the agency locked the doors for security reasons after the september 11th terrorist attacks and they remain closed ever since. but the proposed contract includes a provision calling for a committee to look into reopening the restrooms. if you are just waking up, it's been a cool night. a in this case day. and you know, some people already talking about halloween. rain or are we going good to go? last year, we were with rain on halloween. and this year, we are looking at dry conditions. now we do like to see at least a little bit of rain in october. some may actually get that possibility on monday. i'm going to show you that in a
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moment. first, take a welcome at the really cool shot. just a few patches of fog. floating into the city of san francisco. do you see that flag in the foreground? it's a calm start out there. and as mentioned, it's a cool start out there. temperatures in the upper 30s. mostly cloudy. 48 walnut creek. and 50 degrees in pittsburgh. and up ther 40s and lower 50s. and temperatures already beginning to turn around. oakland reporting 55 degrees right now. just in the last hour. we were in the low 50s like right about 50 degrees from what i remember. so temperatures beginning to turn around. and we have low clouds hugging the coastline about here. so partly cloudy along the coast for today. mostly sunny elsewhere. and temperatures over yesterday by a few degrees. you can see here, looks like a
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little bit of cloud cover along the stretch. and santa cruz with partly cloudy skies and a beautiful start outside the door. the system brought us changes yesterday. and helped to clear out the low clouds and mix up the layer just a little bit. and high clouds from time to time but that's going to be about it. help to clear out the clouds and not going to bring us rain. the rain offshore is associated with the system. and as i put this into motion, notice how it moves south and fizzles out. not going to be moving east in our. for the afternoon, temperatures a few degrees warmer than yesterday. notice on sunday, partly cloudy skies and temperatures begin to trend downward. and i think by sunday night into monday, bigger changes coming. by monday afternoon, a big, big drop in the temperatures. and widespread 60s from the coast to the bay. and inland, and the northerly breeze is going to be picking up and that's going to make it
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feel cool. and notice on monday, i put 20%. there's a very slight chance that some of us may get a sprinkle. only going to last through monday and tuesday into wednesday, bouncing back. but again, we have that possibility coming our way. and this is new. i will show you the futurecast model coming up. well it's an annual bay area tradition that is always very cute. celebrating halloween and the love of animals. san francisco held the boo at the zoo last weekend. oakland will host its version today. and tomorrow, a stand passing out treats to families. and a parade at 11:00 and 1:00. today is national prescription drug take back day. details on where and when you can get rid of unwanted medication. a chance of a lifetime. as a family meets the mother of a man whose organs saved the life of their young son.
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thank you for joining us. a few patches of fog moving through san francisco. a shot there. we have a beautiful afternoon in store. well a grieving mother has found peace after meeting the 3- year-old boy who received her son's kidney and liver. she lost her 22-year-old son brandon in a crash earlier this year. and it was because of his death that 23-year-old is still alive. -- that the 3-year-old is still
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alive. he came across a news story about a little boy who received a transplant. she decided to reach out to the family. >> served our country. and even in passing, he continued to serve. he found a way to give and continue to keep giving and i think that says a lot about him. >> his parents say they felt a wave of emotion when they opened the front door. they say social media connections proved invaluable because it allowed the two families to meet. the adviser president barack obama hand picked to fix the obamacare website is promising that it will work smoothly by the end of next month. the company will serve as a general contractor to oversee repairs of the site. instead of a tech company, it was a division of the department of health and human services running the system. a team of experts have identified dozens of problems with the website from performance to functionality. it expects about 7 million people to enroll for coverage
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next year. >> we did not fight so hard for this reform for so many years just to build a website. we did it to free millions of american families from the fear that one injury to yourself or your child might cost you everything you worked so hard to build. >> and president barack obama said the website glitches will not stop americans from enrolling in the system. he says nearly 700,000 people have already applied for coverage. san francisco will host a town hall meeting today to discuss enrollment. people can learn about how to get insurance through the state program and offshoot the affordable care act. the event runs from 10:00 a.m. until noonth avenue at lincoln way. instead of flushing pills down the toilet, people have a chance to safely get rid of unwanted or expired medications. today's drug take back day.
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local and state agencies hold this event twice each year. in april, locations collected 18-tons of drugs in the bay area. male hispanicly police and sheriff's stations. the drop off time is 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. the excitement continues for the big wave surf community at the surf contest. opening ceremonies kicked off yesterday. the surfers will get about 24 hours condition notice when with the conditions are just right. and that can happen any time between november 1st and march 3 1st. >> my mom told me that god had some plan for me. i didn't think that was true.
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>> he was born missing part of his left arm. but at 13 years old, he was already 6'10" and he did play high school and division one college basketball. he was on the red carpet last night soaking in the moment. >> wasn't an easy thing to do with the disability. but i made it work with help of certain coaches and roll models who really help med in different ways to get me where i needed to be to be successful. >> he is now a college graduate. and he is a motivational speaker and also in talks with the harlem globetrotters about a possible try out next year. they are making sure the center will stick around for a while. they agreed to a three-year contract extension worth $36 million. but he could make more with incentives. the former number one pick overall was dominate center but plagued with injuries. the 28-year-old has played just
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44 regular season games in the last two years but was a defensive force during last year's play-offs. the pitcher says one reason he is back with the team is to make amends for his disappointing performance. after passing the physical, he signed a two-year contract worth $35 million. and he had a chance to test the free agency market but says he couldn't leave the giants on a down note. he was 10-14 last year with an e.r.a over 4.0 but adds that he's evolving as a pitcher. is that testings show that the winder of tonight's world series game will likely win the whole thing. the series is tied at 1-1. and the pass century, there were 53 times when the world series was tied at 1-1. and winner went on to take the series 38 times. nearly a 72% winning percentage. you can watch the red birds and red sox go at it tonight in
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game three right here. coverage begins at 4:30. first pitch just after 5:00. the 49ers are going through their last day of practice before tomorrow's game in london. the quarterback is one of the players leading the team through drills as they moved out of a resort yesterday and started practicing at a field instead. although they are heavy favorites to beat the jaguars, the head coach says players will not take them lightly. >> they watched the jaguar on tape all week. and respect the team. they see it on the tape. you know, this good football team. >> the 49ers say one of the biggest adjustments this week is handling jetlag. and kick-off is at 10:00 tomorrow morning. this sixth grader in wisconsin is making headlines for wearing the same jersey
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every day for nearly three years. the family all die hard viking fans but he loves the green bay packers. and look at him there. for 1,335 days, he has been wearing the same rogers jersey. >> i made the mistake of mentioning that the boy that had worn the brett favre jersey just over four years and he's like, hmm, is there a record? >> well he says he is planning on wearing that jersey for more than four years. the family says they hand wash the jersey every other night to keep it clean. >> every other night. >> there you go. it's washed. >> i was concerned for him and everyone who hugs him. >> and there's some shirts that don't get washed that are favorite sport teams. >> really? >> just what we do. >> don't do it. just wash it. the addition to vending machines in china and it's aimed at new mothers on the go.
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expand sales. formula powder could be sold in 10,000 pharmacies nationwide by 2014. kraft is recalling string cheese and products sold across the country. the products all have code dates from october 25th 2013 through february 11th, 2014. they say they'll spoil before the best when used by code dates. people with the affected cheese can return it to the store they bought it for an exchange or refund. one indiana family is celebrating an early holiday surprise. >> reporter: it takes just a moment for the wife to realize that her husband, a chief petty officer in the navy was home. he surprised her where he worked thursday morning and then headed to the school his two children attend. walking into this classroom first to surprise his son whose
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hug says it all. >> i'm home, buddy. >> reporter: and then walks down the hallway into this classroom to finally see his daughter. >> it was surreal. just a longtime coming and unbelievable to be home and see their faces. >> reporter: and the reunion did not end there. the family headed home where even the family dog was happy to see him. he has been in the persian gulf for the last eight months. but this was his last tour and he is home for good. >> welcome home to him. and love those reunions. >> yeah, powerful and the hug with the son, you can feel the emotion. >> and no one said a word. >> none of that patting stuff. that's how you hug. that's cool. last saturday of october is already here. halloween is on thursday. and dialing up the perfect forecast. >> you're right. we've got great weather in store for today. halloween looks good.
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maybe a shot at scattered showers between now and halloween. i have been told to make this quick. notice a few sprinkles. we go through monday relatively dry. and take a look at 4:00. and now going to roll you through 7:00. looks like maybe a sprinkle pass by. again, the brunt of this looks to be over parts of areas north of i-80, maybe into the central valley. and going to be tracking that for you. for today, mostly sunny andky and dry and warmer than yesterday. upper 60s san francisco. mid-70s san jose. the extended forecast showing you today is the warmest day of the weekend. and temperatures fall off a little bit tomorrow as the system i showed you just a moment begins drop our way. but the biggest impact will come on monday. cooler, breezy, slight chance
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at sprinkles and drying out and temperatures warming up by tuesday. a look at current temperatures coming up. urban shield drills are getting underway around the area. an elementary school shooting is being simulated. and a plan to revitalize the san francisco neighborhood. but not everyone involved thinks it's a good idea.
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happening today. about a5,000 first responders participating in day two of urban shield. welcome back. well, today's urban shield exercises are being changed following the injury of two firefighters. urban shield is the first
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responder training program. the injuries happened yesterday. all during a practice water rescue in the san francisco bay. and one of the firefighters was from oakland and the other from sacramento. today's drills will only the use of one helicopter. police and firefighter beginning various exercises. one of those training drills is being simulated. and we will check in with her later in the newscast. well a decision about the san jose next police chief could be made before thanksgiving. she wants to make the acting chief the permanent chief. chief chris moore resigned. she hopes to bring the appointment before the city council sometime in november. and the appointment of a new police chief comes as many women are leaving the police department. we learned that nine women or nine female police officers have resigned this year. and many are leaving because of cuts in pay and benefits. a 13-year veteran of the
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department says she quit to join redwood city police. there used to be more opportunities for female officers to work in special units and undercover operations. >> our unit dwindling, we don't have, there's nothing to offer for officers and female officers to do anymore. >> according to the police union, female officers make up about 9.5 of the police department -- 9.5% of the police department. and that's close to 15% in san francisco. a memorial is scheduled to be held today for a driver killed in an industrial accident at the site of the new 49er's stadium. a celebration of life is scheduled to begin at 1:00 this afternoon for the 61-year-old. lake was killed this month when a bundle of steel rebarb fell on him as he was delivering materials to the site. it was the second construction death in four months at the stadium.
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a suspected drunk driver accused of killing a couple has a history of driving under the influence. court records show she was convicted of driving under the influence last year. and she is expected to make her first court appearance on monday on vehicular manslaughter and felony dui charges. police say she hit a couple walking their dog thursday night. the car crossed the center divide and plowed into another car before hitting a tree. the couple leaves behind three teenage children who say they want the harshest possible sentence. >> i am really, really mad. i feel like she should be thrown in jail for life. for life. i have no sympathy towards her. >> a section of the street where the couple was walking does not have a sidewalk. and police say the couple may have been walking in the bike lane. police say a suspect in a horrific car crash on tuesday that killed a family of five
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including a pregnant woman also has a criminal history. he was released from prison last month after serving time for evadeing police and reckless driving. police say he did not have a valid drivers license and had been drinking with his father before the crash. he is hospitalized in critical condition. and the 9-year-old boy who was the only member of the family to survive the crash also remains in critical condition. a plan to revitalize a neighborhood in san francisco has some area business owners worried. under the plan, several businesses at the corner would be demolished to make room for a housing and retail building next to the bart station. some business owners say they'll have nowhere to go if the project moves forward. >> hurt us. i have family also. i don't want to lose my income. >> they are going to have a challenge of fitting a really big new building into a neighborhood that has a lot of rough edges but where the
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people really like it. >> the plan still has to be approved by city agencies before developers could get a green light to build. and the public will soon have its say to raise the toll on the golden gate bridge. they need more revenues to offset a deficit and fund a retrofit as well as the upgrade to the street. the board is considering several options including a $1 toll increase, higher tolls during peak times and a possible end to the $1 fast track discount. and public hearings will be held next year with the toll hike happening as soon as april. ask the richmond bridge could experience a big change. an idea would open a third eastbound lane for the evening commute. the authority approved spending $190,000 for the study. right now, two lanes in each direction and each direction has one shoulder lane. the study will determine if the lanes could turn into traffic
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lanes during busy times. a festival benefiting the water front will be held this weekend to make up for a lackluster fleet week. they put together the street festival after the majority of fleet weak activities were canceled due to the sequester. trayvon martin feature competitions, music and fireworks show. several block of the street will be closed to traffic. admission is free. the rim fire that burned for nearly 70 days is now 100% contained the. u.s. forest service made the announcement yesterday. the fire started on august 17th after an illegal campfire burned about 400 square miles and destroyed 1 homes, and 98 outbuildings. it cost an estimated $127 billion to fight. there's no word yet if the hunter who started the fire will face any charges. let's turnover on this
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saturday morn for you a check of how the day is shaping up. >> isn't that gorgeous. low clouds and fogging floating across the bay and swallowing up the bay bridge. mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. and we will continue with mostly sunny skies for most of the area. along the coast, partly cloudy for the afternoon. the system here that has disrupted the marine layer and the low cloud deck remains offshore. not going to bring us any rain. in fact, it's going to continue a southerly track. and not going to move much closer to the bay area. and but it will continue to perhaps bring us a high clouds and outside of that, nice mild weather in the forecast for today. with afternoon highs slightly warmer and. temperatures are near repeat. slightly cooler in areas this morning. 43 walnut creek. and temperatures in the north bay, 41 in napa. and improvement here, even though it's chilly outside the door, bottomed out in the 30s
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earlier this morning. 51 san francisco. 52 redwood city. and shift to the north, areas still quite cool, 39. looking at 43. we have temperatures feeling nice by the second half of the day. and over the next hour or so, the temperatures will rebound just enough to make it feel at least comfortable as you get outside with a light jacket. 75 for the afternoon. into the east bay, upper 60s to low 70s for oakland. and 76 for danville this afternoon. and a lot of festivals going on, fall festivals, halloween festivals, 74 san jose. along the peninsula this afternoon, looking at 74. 66 in san francisco. partly cloudy skies and low 60s along the coastline. and the extended forecast here
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with the weekend in view. notice today warmer than yesterday. and temperatures will begin to fall off just a bit with partly cloudy skies. sunday night into monday, bigger changes move in. and we will turn breezy at some point. and temperatures fall off quite a bit. 60s for monday afternoon. and a slim chance at scattered showers. and looks especially over parts to testify south bay. even farther down south gets the best chance there. and mostly clear skies into tuesday and temperatures begin to warm up. but again, that chance for rain coming on monday. and something kind of new. i'll show you the late nest the futurecast model coming up. the controversy over the washington redskins name is spreading to other cities. a movement is asking the vikings to avoid using the redskins name during their nationally televised game against washington on november 7th. the group says the name is degrading and wants no mention of it whatsoever. but the vikings are rejecting the call saying they're
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obligated to promote the league and each team. several hundred protesters are expected next month. 17 years after the killing of jonbenet ramsey, new court documents shed new light on the investigation and how close authorities came to charging her parents. a grand jury wanted to indict the parents are child abuse resulting in death. jonbenet was just six years old when her body was found in the basement of the home in 1996. the district attorney at the time decided not to prosecute saying there wasn't enough evidence to win a conviction. >> we do know from the crime scene experts that this scene appear to have been staged. >> that chapter to testify book has been closed and is a done deal there. family should be recognized as the boulder district attorney said in 2008, as victims of crime. >> at that ramseys maintain their innocence. and in 2008, the district attorney made the unusual move of publicly exonerating both
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parents of any crimes. the mother died in 2006 of cancer. for the second time this year, the medical center is being finedded. what they did that officials say put patients at risk. and the tsa is defending itself against acts says about wasteful spending. and i and a live look outside. the traffic on interstate 880. the pittsburgh steelers are in town this weekend. taking on the raiders. that will be tomorrow in the afternoon game. right now, traffic in oakland looks great. time now 8:41. woah, this kitchen is beautiful! give him the tour. let me show you! soft-close drawers, farm sink! where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all.
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where's my room? we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. welcome back. we are joined by low clouds this morning. inside the bay. along the coast, san francisco right now 51 degrees. five people were hurt on a ride at the north carolina state fair. and now investigators are trying to figure out how it happened. the victims were on a ride on thursday night when it malfunctioned. it appears the ride stopped and then suddenly started again just as people were trying to get off. >> we have about 35, 40 people that our investigators are and officers are talking to at this time that may have witnessed or seen something that would help us. >> the rides are to be
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inspected three times daily. and that is something that they'll be locking at as part of the investigation. >> the victims range in age from 14 to 39 and include a ride operator. at least two people suffered critical injuries. more than 20 members of the arizona national guard are accused of providing false addresses so they could receive higher pay. they provided addresses that made it look like they lived out of state. some were paid four or five times what they would normally earn. the 214th group flies drones in a rack and afghanistan. the farmer nsa chief and cia director was talking to a report they are week on an amtrak train while another passenger nearby listened in. that passenger was a former washington director of the political action group moveon.org. and tweeted out what he was
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saying in real time with the hash tag exnsa needs a day job. and he criticized the white house and bragged about the cia's practice of rendition. >> i thought it was the wrong thing to do for an official of his stature to be making those sorts of comments. >> he reportedly was not too upset about the tweets. he got a call after hanging up with the reporter and went over to talk to him. he asked him if he wanted to have a real interview and then posed for a picture with him. the tsa is defending against acts says of wasteful spending. many were classified as criminal investigators even though the primary duties did not involve investigations. investigators earn much higher salaries and auditors say the same work could be performed by employees who make less money. it could cost tax payers $17.5
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million over the next five years? >> as part of the investigation into the airlines crash, federal investigators traveled to south korea. they met with the personnel there to observe company procedures and gather information on airline training. and it reviewed records of the plane crash. they plan to hold a two-day hearing in december. the medical crepter is facing a $100,000 fine from the department of public health. it's the second fine for the hospital this year. and the third since 2010. state officials say the hospital failed to follow established procedures for safe administration of medication. and they say that put patients at risk. the medical crepter is one of eight california hospitals being fined by the state. and napa police say they've busted a major pot growing application. they discovered hundreds of marijuana plants growing on
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county land napa. and police released this photo which shows almost 600 pounds of the marijuana seized. they say cash and guns were also found. and police say four of people are from mexico. and the fifth suspect lives in oakland. and a judge has refused to give the convicted serial killer more time to prepare for his sentencing. he said a noisy inmate in another cell was preventing him from preparing for the hearing but the judge denied the request and he is scheduled to be sentenced on november 8th. he was convicted in the murders of four women who have matching first and last initials. the 79-year-old is expected to become the oldest person ever sentenced to death in california. parking rates may soon go up for drivers. there are about 30,000 parking spots in walnut creek. and according to drivers, they are almost always taken. so it can be frustrating for people who say they would rather be shopping or eating in
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the area. >> driving around and around and around. and there's not enough parking garages. >> we have come here for dinner on the weekends and have no place to park and end up leaving. >> right now, plans call for increasing prices from 1 to $2 an hour, and extending hours and enforcing hours on sunday. the city council is expected to approve the change in december. trap removal companies are lining up for their chance to win a multi-year contract with five east bay cities, it is worth close to $1 billion. the current contract expires in march. the deal would likely include a renewal for another 10 years. napa county is teaming up with the napa common sense gun
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safety group. that event is from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. between napa city hall and the police department on 1st street. the first 300 people are going to get free gun locks. it's an open invitation to anyone interested in learning more about gun safety procedures. and police officers will be traffic lights to accept firearms or ammunition that people want to safely dispose of. if you see people taking cover, do not be alarmed. the city is expected to hold a drill simulating a earthquake at 9:00 this morning. residents are encouraged to take part by listening to emergency information on the radio and checking for fire extinguishers and people are being urged to sign up for text messages from the community information services. well a federal investigation is under way to stop sea lions from being shot in southern california. and we do have to warn you, we will show you video of the sea lions' injuries and it is graphic. there have been four sea lions
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that washed up in recent months and this is on malibu beaches. officials say shootings are common in october when squid fishing season gets underway. but they also say there is no evidence that the fishermen are responsible for the latest shootings. >> it's horrible. it's, i can't even imagine somebody would want to did that to any animal. >> shooting sea lions is illegal. and anyone convicted of shooting a sea lion faces up to $10,000 in fines and as long as as a year in jail. the unusual lengths some students are going to to get students to stop twerking. a warmer afternoon in store at this hour. a chilly start and temperatures are slowly rising. a look at the weather time line for saturday coming up. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes!
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richmond police could soon join other bay area departments in requiring officers to wear cameras. four officers are currently testing a pilot program testing three models of body cameras. if it is a success, all officers on the force will be required to record footage of every incident. they are being used by police officers in san francisco and oakland. the city council has voted to approve a plan to give people an extra day to buy fireworks for the 4th of july. non-profit agencies asked the city to allow a fifth day of firework sales.
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the groups operate bags to raise money for the year. they say they're at a disadvantage because a nearby park alouse one more day of sales. the vote is being criticized who says the city council did not do enough to inform the public about the vote. the city council will vote again in november before it goes into effect. support is pouring in for a waiter in georgia who was left a note saying he would not receive a tip because he's gay. and other customers including a former pastor are headed to the restaurant with money and encouragement. >> we are here to meet your slabbery the and one mistreated and she said, that's my son. would you like a table or booth and i said, where ever he's serving. >> well the waiter says the couple left a note that read, thank you for your service. it was expires in lent. that being said, your home sexual life style is an affront to god. the story spread. and it wasn't georgia where this happened, but kansas.
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a growing number of schools are banning students from twerking. it comes after the performance at the vmas and some students are being forced to sign a contract promising they'll not twerk or grind. and parents have to sign the contract. >> they would know what that was. and now they know, what twerking is. >> students in washington state have signed contracts banning twerking and lap dancing. on the 9:00 hour, some pockets of fog out there. but otherwise, it is just beautiful. >> as you plan your day, we are off to a school start. dress if layers. by about 10:00, 11:00, feeling good. and by the afternoon, mostly sunny and even warm in areas. and giving awe a look, zoom past saturday because that's sums it up. nice weather for today. and partly cloudy at the coast. stopping tomorrow morning, the low clouds back with us. and looking at partly cloudy
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skies for most, at least away if the coast. and now monday, and the weather begins to take a drastic turn. early monday morning and notice mostly cloudy skies over the mountains and. picking up a few sprinkles. and as we get into monday afternoon, mainly dry. i don't think we're going to see a lot out of the system. but it's going the cool us down and breezy. and now noontime. and notice the bay area is dry. but take a look at the second half of the afternoon, into about 5:00, scattered showers over the edge. maybe over lake county. and sprinkles falling onyx-80. and along the coastline, so again, a little bit of unsettled weather in the forecast for monday. i think the notable difference for everybody will be the cool down. so today, nice, and mild and warm in areas. tomorrow, temperatures trend downward just a few degrees. and monday take the big turn, maybe a slight possibility of scattered showersful and then drying out and warming back up
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tuesday and wednesday. back to you. right now, thousands of first responders from across the country are in the bay area for a life or death training exercise. a live report on a simulated elementary school shooting and the reason why some exercises had to be called off. plus, why a dog the texas may have developed a taste for cold, hard cash. avo: at volkswagen we believe everyone deserves a better car. and now, during the "sign then drive" sales event, you're closer to yours than ever. like the turbocharged tiguan the midsize passat or the 34 highway mpg jetta. and every new 2014 volkswagen comes with
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hundreds of emergency responders from across the world are in the bay area this weekend for the urban shield training exercise. we'll take you to a drill happening right now that simulates a school shooting at an elementary school. >> i'm just standing here shaking. a wanted parolee surrenders. four officers are recovering after being injured. the latest details. the gift of live given to a young child. an emotional meeting between the organ donor's family and the recipients he saved. good morning. it is saturday, october 26th. i'm claudine wong.
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>> i'm mike mibach. >> we're off to a cool start. patchy fog along the coastline. just inside the bay. a few high clouds. temperatures will be warmer than what we had yesterday. this beautiful weather can't last forever. it won't. we have bigger changes coming as early as monday. now the slight possibility of a few scattered showers. i'll show you the latest model as it updates. training exercises continue across alameda county. about 5000 people are expected to participate. ktvu reporter allie rasmus is live with more. >> reporter: organizers say the goal of the urban shield program is to train emergency responders for real world scenarios. that's what they're doing right now. about two miles away from here. we were there about 20 minutes ago when other the next two days 35 different law enforcement agencies will
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participate in the simulation of a masked school shooting. when we were there earlier this morning, it was uc berkeley police who were going through this training drill. this simulation is happening at an elementary school in castro valley. it's happening at that location for a reason. the scenario is supposed to be similar to what happened with the sandy hook school shooting last year. this is one of 68 emergency drills happening. most of the law enforcement teams participating are from the bay area. but there is a team, we're told, from brazil that is one of the 35 law enforcement teams going through this training exercise and other training exercises this weekend. there are also some observers, teams of observerrers who have come to watch the urban shield training. we're told they have a very international presence. there's a team from the netherlands. a team of observers from jordan and observers along with other countries as well.
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they're all watching to see how these training exercises unfold. coming up we'll hear from sergeant nelson who will talk in more detail about what's going on at that simulated school shooting this morning. helicopter exercises are limited because of injuries at the urban shield event. two firefighters did suffer some minor injuries after a late afternoon practice yesterday. it was a water rescue over the san francisco bay. one of the firefighters was from oakland. the other from sacramento. as urban shield continues, it's unclear if the protesters will as well. more than 100 came together last night. >> rise up. shut it down. oakland is a peaceful town. rise up. >> last night the demonstrators marched through the streets of oakland. they continued on in the front of oakland city hall. organizers say they wanted to mark the second anniversary of
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the police raid on the occupy oakland camps and to protest against urban shield. >> everyone should have good training, but nonmilitary training. we shouldn't be using military techniques for civilian purposes. >> the protest lasted until about 9:00 last night. officers say there was a heavy police presence just in case of problems, but say that protest was peaceful. last night's demonstrations very different from what we saw at the occupy oakland protests two years ago. during those protests police used tear gas to try and control protesters and the vandalism cost thens of thousands of dollars. the public did criticize police for how they handled those. a wanted parolee who kept police locked in a standoff has surrender. around 12:30 this morning, sammy durant was take away by aambulance. it started yesterday about 3:00 in the afternoon.
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roseville police say they were with a federal immigration special agent on their way to arrest duran. as they approached a house, duran opened fire. >> i think this is one of the biggest scenes or issues, if you will, that we've seen in this whole state or region. >> duran was able to sneak past officers and run to a different house where he opened fire. in all, a special agent and three roseville police officers were injured. one of the officers is in serious condition. the rest are said to be doing okay. also new this morning, highway 101 has reopened following a multicar crash. all lanes were closed this morning causing drivers to be diverted off east 3rd avenue. one person was taken to san francisco general hospital with head and neck injuries. traffic is moving. chp is investigating the cause of that crash. the san francisco police are searching for whoever set off a home made explosive
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device near a garbage can. it happened around 1:30 yesterday afternoon near jones street and golden gate avenue. police say the victim was collecting recyclables when that device exploded and shrapnel did hit his upper body. police are now checking surveillance video in the hopes of finding whoever planted that device. >> we do have a suspect description simply as a white male about 30 years of age, 5'10", 160 who was seen leaving the scene shortly after the explosion. >> the device is said to be similar to an m 80 fire cracker. police did not find any other devices in the area. bart unions will vote on the proposed contract next friday. the service employees union will hold votes on the same day rather than on two different days. union leaders are recommending approval. one worker we talked to says reaction is positive. after the unions vote, bart's
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board of directors will hold its own vote. they need majority approval to sign off on the deal. it the contract is ratified, the restrooms in just about a dozen bart stations could possibly reopen. the transit agency locked the doors for security reasons. they've remained closed ever since. the unions say the proposed contract includes a provision calling for a committee to look into reopening the restrooms. starting out with a live look there across the bay. the bay bridge. you can see low clouds reentering portions of the bay. fog along the coastline this morning. mostly sunny elsewhere. with mostly clear skies in most places. temperatures really cooled off in the overnight hours. we are beginning to see a rebound here. some areas still struggling. let's head to the north. temperatures are still in the low 40s in santa rosa. slipped into the 30s this morning. checking in about 45 degrees.
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50 degrees in napa. walnut creek in the low 40s earlier. 54 in oakland. half moon bay, mostly cloudy skies. low 50s. along the peninsula, upper 40s to low 50s remaining. 47 foster city. 54 in belmont. temperatures continuing to climb. the system here remains offshore. we've been tracking this for a few days. it's not going to move farther east. it's going to take a southerly trek. so what can we expect from this system? it's helped to mix up the low clouds. that's why we had so much more sunshine yesterday. it's going to help do it again for today. it will continue to bring a few high clouds our way. that'll be about it. mostly sunny away from the coastline. partly cloudy for the coast. temperatures warmer by a few degrees in most areas. 73 this afternoon.
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mid70s for nevado. a few degrees warmer than yesterday. pacifica you get into the east bay. 79 in pleasantton. mid70s with mostly sunny skies in santa cruz. 77 for you gil roy. upper 70s for morgan hill. extended forecast. today is going to be the warmest day of the weekend. temperatures will begin to cool slightly. still feeling quite nice. morning clouds tomorrow. partly cloudy skies. take a look at the big turn that comes on monday. breezy conditions. cooler conditions. temperatures in the 60s. a slight chance, just a slight chance at maybe a few scattered showers for some of us, not all of us. this future cast model coming up. as we get into tuesday, wednesday, we're dry. halloween looks dry as well. instead of flushing pills
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down the toilet or throwing them into the garbage, people have a chance to safely get rid of their expired medications. the u.s. drug enforcement administration hold this event device every year. it's the last event in april. bay area collectioned 18 tons of drugs. mainly police and sheriff stations. dropoff times between 10:00 p.m -- 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. an emotional meeting in the east bay. a couple meets the mother of a man who gave their son the gift of life. live look outside right now. there she is, the golden gate bridge. wrapped up in a morning blanket of fog. we can't see the towers. traffic moving smoothly both directions at 101. time now 9:10. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you. giving you a live look there at the mostly blue skies in downtown oakland. 50 degrees outside. political analysts say hillary clinton appears to be laying the foundation for another presidential run. he rap wrapped up three main
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speaking events in three days. clinton urged lawmakers to end the gridlock in washington and focus on moving the country forward. this is her first series of political speeches since she left the state department. a political action committee whose goal is to promote a presidential run in 2016. the advisor that president obama hand picked to fix the healthcare website is promising it's going to work smoothly by the end of next month. the software service company is now going to service a general contractor to oversee repairs to the site. that's instead of a tech company. it was the division of the department of health and human services that was running the system. a team of experts has identified dozens of problems with the website from performance to functionality. the government expects about 7 million people to enroll next year. >> we did not fight so hard for this reform for so many years just to build a website.
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we did it to free millions of american families from the awful fear that one illness or injury to yourself or your child might cost you everything you'd worked so hard to build. >> now in this morning's weekly address, president obama said the website glitches will not stop americans from enrolling. he says nearly 700,000 people have already applied for coverage. san francisco assemblyman will host a town hall meeting to discuss enrollment. attendees can learn about how to get health insurance through the state program h is an offshoot. the event will run from 10:00 a.m. to noon on 9th avenue at lincoln way. an antioch family is expressing gratitude at meeting the mother of the man who gave them the ultimate gift. the power to keep their young son alive. >> reporter: on this sunny fall day, the next chapter begins.
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>> he's been on medication. >> reporter: matthew received a life saving kidney and liver transplant. he'll take antirejection trucks for the rest of his life. a young life that continues because of a tragedy. >> we never lost site of the fact that we know someone lost a loved one to give us back our loved one. >> reporter: dad kelly and mom christy are minute ace way from meeting the mother of the organ donor. her son died in a car crash. >> i'm pay praying that it brings her family peace. i'm hoping she can look at matthew and that she can see it all right there. >> reporter: the couple was a mix of emotions, nervous, anxious, but when the front door opened it was joy and gratitude they felt. >> oh my goodness. >> reporter: while maggie was grieving the loss of her 22- year-old son brandon, a soldier in the army. she came across a news story about a little boy receiving a transplant. the dates matched and it cliqued. >> first one was liver and
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kidney, 2-year-old male. >> reporter: she reached out to the family via facebook. and today the emotional meeting. seeing her army son's legacy continue in a little boy. >> he wanted to help globally humanity by bettering people's lives. he couldn't have helped anybody in a greater way. >> he served our country. even in passing he continues to serve. he found a way to give and continue to keep giving and i think that says a lot about him. >> both families say they are grateful to social media for bringing them together. chowing down on cash. the amazing discovery a vet made in one dog's stomach. the sun is shining in most places this morning. our temperatures are rising. i'll have a look at a weather time line for your saturday coming up.
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the excitement continues for the big way serving community at the maverick surf competition. you are taking a look at video of the opening ceremonies that kicked off yesterday on the shores of pillar point harbor, just north of half moon bay. there are 24 surfers signed up for this year's event. surfers will get 24 hours notice when conditions will be ripe for the big wave competition to begin. that can happen any time between november 1st and march 31st. a new documentary about a local sports hero premiered last night. >> my mom told me that god had some plan for me. given my circumstances, i didn't think that was true. >> that is kevin lowe. he was born missing part of his left arm. at 13 he was 6'10" and he went on to play college basketball. he was on the red carpet soaking in the surreal moment. >> it wasn't an easy thing to do with a disability. i made it work with help of
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certain coaches and role models who really helped me in different ways to get me where i needed to be to be successful. >> lowe is a college graduate and motivational speaker and he's been in talks with the harlem globetrotters. a fire at the flagship macy's store in new york city started after 8:00 in the basement of the building. the store was evacuated. no one was hurt. firefighters say sprinklers sprinklers building stops the fire from spreading. it took about a hour to put the fire out. string cheese and products sold all across the country. the affected products have code dates from october 25th, 2013 through february 11, 2014. they will spoil before their best when used by code dates. people with the affected cheese can return it to the store they bought it from for an exchange
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or refund. the mexican government is refusing to lift its ban on chicken from three central valley foster farms processing facilities. this comes after 400 people in the united states were sickened. foster farms has since reported a 25% drop in sales. health experts say the outbreak would have a wider effect. foster farms says they are working with u.s. and mexican authorities to show how new protocols have reduced the rates of contamination. the rim fire burned for nearly 70 days. it is now finally 100% contained. the u.s. service made the announcement yesterday. the fire started after an illegal campfire spread out of control. it destroyed 11 homes, 3 commercial properties and 98 outbuilding anticipates it cost $subpoena million to fight. there's no word on if the hunter who started that fire is going to face any charges.
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napa county is teaming up with the gun safety group to host the first ever gun safety day. the event started about 22 minutes ago. it's going to run through 1:00 this afternoon. it's being held between napa city hall and the police department on first street. the first 300 attendees are going to get free gun locks. organizers say it's an open invitation to anyone interested in learning more about gun safety procedures. police officers are going to be on hand. they will take any firearms or ammunition that people want to get rid of safely. if you see people taking cover this morning, do not be alarmed. the city is right now holding a drill that stimulates a magnitude 6.9 earthquake. residents are being encouraged to take part. listen to emergency information on the radio. you can make sure you know where your nearest fire station is located and check your home. people are being urged to sign up for text messages.
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stanford and cal on the road this weekend. on the road, although san jose state is hosting, should be a nice late afternoon game for them. >> we have pleasant weather in the forecast for your afternoon. slightly warmer than yesterday. we're waking up with mostly clear skies away from the coast. want to get you into saturday. notice not a lot going on out there. it's going to be quiet. now into sunday morning. we wake up the low clouds once again. mostly sunny for most of the day. things really start to take a bigger turn by early monday morning. you notice the time stamp showing you early monday morning. we get in through the morning hours. mostly cloudy skies. a few sprinkles over monterrey. the bay area, mainly dry. you can see over the sierra we have scattered showers there. maybe snow levels down to 5000 feet. a new development going on here.
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a few scattered showers wanting to pop up along the coastline. perhaps over the santa cruz mountains. over areas of lake county. over the hills and mountains. we will be tracking this for you. now it looks like we may have a slim chance at a few scattered showers, especially over the hills, come monday afternoon. it lasts into early monday evening. i think the biggest change will be the cool off and the breezy conditions. breezy north winds will be developing on monday afternoon. as we get into tuesday and wednesday, notice we quiet down and temperatures warm back up. halloween looks dry as well. bringing you back into the weekend, we have mild weather in store. cool start this morning. temperatures are turning around. widespread low 40s to low 50s outside right now. 10:00 a.m., low 50s to near 60 degrees. partly cloudy skies and low 7:00 inland. back to you. >> thanks. maybe you heard about a dog eating homework, but what about a dog eating cold, hard cash?
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>> there's a $2 bill. there's another $5 that was kind of ripped up. then the rest are ones. >> a houston pet owner says she could not believe her eyes when she came home and realized her dog misty had gotten into a tin where she kept cash. she says misty swallowed $54. the owner rushed the dog to the vet who discovered the wad of cash in the animal's stomach. >> she eventually just vomited like $18. the vet called me and said yeah, you know, she some you ited like $18. i said oh, that's great. >> well, misty is expected to make a full recovery. her owner joked with the vet that she'd like to pay for the visit in cash. i don't know if the vet laughed. >> i don't know if i want to touch the dollars. >> tape it up, it's fine. time now is 9:26. there have been a lot of protests over the death of that
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13-year-old boy killed by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy. now the fbi is getting involved. what the sheriff's department is saying about that. why santa clara valley medical center is facing $100,000 fine. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
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[uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? searching for answers in the police shooting of a 13- year-old boy. >> now the fbi is getting involved.
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welcome back. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. it is a story that has stirred emotions. now the fbi will be conducting its own independent investigation into tuesday's fatal deputy-involved shooting in santa rosa. as the fbi looks for answers, so too do members of the community. young students marched to the sheriff's department. many demanded the deputy be arrested and shot with murder. investigators say the deputy- involved turnovers, a 24 year veteran fired because he feared for his life and lopez pointed out what ended up being an air soft rifle right at him. the story has stirred a range of emotions. >> i don't know if he came swinging around. of course you go to protect yourself. >> that's a trigger happy cop. he needs to be prosecuted to the fullest in the criminal law. >> he welcomes the fbi investigation and will cooperate with agents.
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a suspected drunk driver accused of hitting and killing amen low park couple has a history of driving under the influence. san mateo court records show march rita williams was convicted of driving under the influence last year. she is expected to make her first appearance in court. she hit a couple who was walking their dog thursday night. the car crossed the center divide and plowed into another car before hitting the tree. the couple leaves behind three teenage children who say they want the harshest possible sentence. >> i'm really, really mad. i feel like she should be thrown in jail for life. for life. i have no sympathy towards her. >> the section of the street where the couple was walking does not have a sidewalk. police say the couple may have been walking in the bike lane. a memorial is scheduled to be held for a driver killed in an accident. a celebration of life is scheduled to begin at 1:00 this
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afternoon for 61-year-old edward lake. he was killed earlier this month when a bundle of steel fell on him as he was delivering materials to levi stadium. it was the second construction death in four months. new this morning, family and friends of lynn are demanding a response. five weeks ago spalding went missing from her room. investigators say 17 days later, her body was discovered in a hospital stairwell. authorities have ruled out foul play and her family tells ktvu they would like a full account of all of the areas searched as well as results from investigations into her disappearance and death. her family has hired an attorney to represent them. 5000 first responders from across the country are in the bay area this weekend for the urban shield convention. training exercises began in
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alameda county. some helicopter drills have been canceled after two firefighters suffered minor injuries yesterday afternoon during a practice water rescue on the bay. coming up at 9:45, hear from a local officer on why he believes urban sold shield is so important. police have arrested two men in connection to a deadly shooting in san francisco. it happened sunday morning. the victim was a 32-year-old man from san francisco. investigators say they arrested 25-year-old geovany figaro on suspicion of homicide. lodi police say a suspect in a horrific car crash on tuesday that killed a family of five, including a pregnant woman, has a criminal history. the sacramento bee reports ryan morales was released from san quentin prison last month after serving time for reckless driving. police say he did not have a valid driver's license and had been drinking vodka with his father right before the crash.
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he is hospitalized in critical condition. a 9-year-old boy who was the only member of that family to survive the crash also remains in critical condition. a decision about san jose's next police chief could be made before thanksgiving. city manager says she wants to make acting chief the permanent chief. he was named acting chief back in january after then chief chris moore resigned. she hopes to bring the possible appointment before the city council some time in november. the appointment of a new police chief comes as many women are leaving the san jose police department. we've learned that 9 female police officers have resigned just this year and many left because they say there were cuts in their pay and benefits. gina, who was a 13 year veteran says she quit to join the redwood city police department. there used to be more opportunities for female police officers to work in special units and undercover operations.
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>> our unit is dwindling. we don't have anything, there's nothing to offer for officers and female officers to do any more. >> according to the police union, falafels make up about 9.5% of the san jose police department. that's close to 11% in oakland and more than 15% in san francisco. the public will soon have its say over a proposal to raise the toll on the golden gate bridge. the district says it needs more revenue to offset $142 deficit and fund a seismic retro fit as well as upgrades. the district's board is considering several options, including a $1 toll increase, higher tolls during peak commute tame times. public hearings will be held next year with the toll hike potentially occurring as soon as april. the richmond san rafael bridge could experience a change. it would open a third lane for the evening commute. the transportation authority
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approved spending $190,000 for a study. right now the bridge has two lanes in each direction, but each direction also has one shoulder lane. the study will determine if the shoulder lanes could turn into traffic lanes during busy commute times. parking rates may soon go up. the city is considering plans toises parking congestion. there are about 30,000 parking spots. they're almost always taken. that can be frustrating for people who say they would rather be shopping or eating. >> you're driving around and around. there's not enough parking garages. >> we've come here for dinner on the weekends and have no place to park. >> right now plans call for increasing downtown meter prices from $1 to $2 an hour. extending meter enforcing hours and enforcing meters on sunday. the city council is expected to approve the changes. napa police have made a major pot bust growing operation and made five arrests. special agents raided a home after discovering hundreds of
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marijuana plants growing on county land in napa. police released this photo of the almost 600 pounds of marijuana seized. cash and guns were found. four of the people arrested are transients from mexico. the fifth suspect lives in oakland. five people were hurt on a ride at the north carolina state fair. the ride stopped and then started again as people were trying to get off. >> we have about 35, 40 people that our investigators and officers are talking to at this time that may have witnessed it or seen something that would help us. >> the rides are to be inspected three times daily. that is something they will be looking at as part of the investigation. >> the victims range from 14 to 39 years old and include the ride operator. two people suffered critical injuries. amanda knox says she will never return to italy, even if
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she's convicted of murder. four years ago knox and her ex- boyfriend were convicted of murdering her british roommate in 2007. but two years a the convictions were overturned for lack of evidence. then last year the italian supreme court decided to retry the case. retrial started last month. knox decided to stay at home in seattle, washington. >> i am not going back to prison. i am not willingfully going back to prison. >> a verdict in the case is expected by the end of the year. in just a few hours the city of oakland will celebrate the 68th anniversary of the united nations. there will be a flag raising ceremony at 11:00 this morning at the united nations flag pole. mayor quan and city councilman are among the city leaders expected to attend. similar u.n. celebrations have been happening around the world this week. giving you a live look
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there outside our doors and into the east bay hills are we have mostly clear skies. patchy fog along the coastline this morning and just inside the bay. you can see just a little bit of haze there. we will have moderate air quality in the forecast for your saturday. it's going to be a beautiful day. on to storm tracker 2 here. low clouds hugging the coastline. santa cruz reporting partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. gray skies and right there at the golden gate bridge, socked in good at the moment. back this up and show you the system here that continues offshore and will continue. a track moving in the southerly direction. if it were moving east, it would bring us a slight possibility of a few scattered showers. what it has helped to do is clear out low clouds. that's why we had sunshine yesterday. we'll see a few high clouds out of that system. outside of that, temperatures, a lot like yesterday. started out a little cooler in some areas. temperatures are rebounding. santa rosa right now, actually
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a cool start, slightly warmer than yesterday. it's because you're seeing the sunshine earlier this morning. 43 at santa rosa. 50 degrees in napa. widespread 50s around the bay. 54 in oakland as well as san francisco. we take a tour here. first hit the peninsula. 52,men low park. as well as palo alto. one shift to the south. sunnyvale. let's head to the east. temperatures cooled off in the overnight hours. looking at 53 in san ramone. as we get into the afternoon today, temperatures are going to warm a few degrees for the bay and for our inland communities. anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees. 76 for sonoma. 68 for sausalito. nice, pleasant weather for most. upper 70s for antioch. shifting south into the south
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bay, 74 in san jose. 75 in los gatos. 69 san bruno. 66 in san francisco. low 60s with partly cloudy skies. your extended forecast there, with your entire weekend in view. temperatures begin to fall off for sunday. as we get into monday though, dramatic changes in the works. temperatures drop off. we've got breezy conditions in the forecast. and a slight possibility, maybe a few scattered showers. this isn't a new development. not going to be widespread. we'll be tracking if for you. as we get into tuesday, temperatures are warming back up. sun and clouds. partly cloud eye. dry for halloween. i'll have a look at numbers coming up. facing a $100,000 fine from the california department of public health. it's the second fine for the hospital this year and the third since 2010. state officials say the hospital failed to follow established procedures for safe
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distribution and administration of medication. one of eight california hospitals being fined. a mystery on the california coast. the search for a gunman after several sea lions are shot on some of southern california's most famous beaches. hundreds of emergency responders are in the bay area for urban shield. a training exercise happening right now that's meant to simulate a school shooting. let's take you outside. if you do not have fast track, looks like you are going to be waiting at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's much more of a delay than we normally see at this time on azoted morning. looks like just a lot of people wanting to head into san francisco. keep that in mind this is mornings on 2. avo: at volkswagen we believe everyone deserves a better car. and now, during the "sign then drive" sales event, you're closer to yours than ever. like the turbocharged tiguan
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welcome back. a live look there of the oak launders due ware. a little bit of haze there. air quality moderate across the bay for the afternoon today. outside in oakland, 50 degrees right now. we're learning about disruptions to the light rail service in santa clara county. the overheadline that powers the trains near the children's  discovery museum station are damaged. they are being repaired. the mountain view winchester line and the allen rock lines are affected. the repairs, looks like those are going to take several hours. the tsa is defending itself against accusations of wasteful spending. many agents were classified as criminal investigators even though their duties did not involve criminal investigations. criminal investigators earn much higher salaries. the practice could cost at
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least $17.5 million over the next five years. as part of their investigation into the asiana airlines crash. they met with personnel to observe company procedures and gather information on airline training. it reviewed records of the plane that crashed. they plan to hold a hearing on the crash in washington in early december. time now 9:45. coming up on 9:46. recap top stories for you. the fbi says it's conducting its own investigation into tuesday's deadly deputy- involved shooting. many young students in the community are demanding answers while they mourn the loss of 1- year-old andy lopez. a suspected drunk driver of accused a menlo park couple has a history of driving under the influence. march rita williams was convicted of -- margerie is expected to make her first court appearance on monday.
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san francisco police are reviewing surveillance footage trying to find out who set off a home made explosive device. the device is said to be similar to an m 80 fire cracker. training exercises continue throughout the bay area for this year's urban shield. about 5000 people are expected to participate. ktvu channel 2 reporter allie rasmus with more. >> reporter: one of the training exercises happening is a simulation of a mass shooting at an elementary school. that training drill is happening about two miles from where we are. i'll show you some of the video from this morning. about 35 different law enforcement agencies are going to participate in this simulation over the next two days. when we were at the site about an hour ago, uc berkeley police were going through the drill. most of the teams are from the bay area. but this year there's also a team of police from brazil taking part in all of the
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drills from the urban shield program. urban shield is organized and hosted by the alameda county sheriff's did the. agency representatives say the goal is to help emergency responders train for real world scenarios like this school shooting. >> it's going to be an active shooter. the tactical teams are going to have to sort out amongst yelling kids and screaming adults and shots being fired and they're going to have to go through that scenario and make the right decisions to help neutralize the situation. now urban shield does have its critics. this year's program happens to fall on the same weekend as the two-year anniversary of the occupy oakland camp. about 100 protesters demonstrated peacefully. they said they were protesting events like urban shield because they believe the program promotes the mill tarrization of local
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professors. in response, the training exercise is happening this weekend. there are 68 different scenarios they're doing. they are there to help police train, but also firefighters, search and rescue crews. they're designed to help morning responders train for a variety of different events including natural disasters, hazmat. also these simulations are based on events that have actually happened. the goal is just to make sure emergency responders are prepared. live in castro valley. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. a marin county judge has refused to give a convicted serial killer more time to prepare. he had asked for a delay, saying a noisy inmate in another cell was preventing him from preparing for the hearing. the judge denied that request and he is scheduled to be sentenced november 8th. he was convicted in september of the murders of four women who have matching first and last initials. the 79-year-old is expected to become the oldest person ever sentenced to death in
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california. 17 years after the killing of jon benet ramsey, new court documents are shedding light and how close authorities came to charging her parents with her death. the court documents reveal that the grand jury did want to indict her parents on the charges that included child abuse resulting in death. she was just 6 years old when her body was found in the basement of the families home in 1996. the boulder county district attorney decided not to prosecute saying there wasn't enough evidence to win a conviction. >> we do know from the crime scene experts that this scene appears to have been staged. >> that chapter of the book has been closed and is a done deal. this family should be recognized as the boulder da said in 2008, as victims of crime. >> the ramseys did maintain their innocence. the da in 2008 made the move of publicly exonerating both
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parents. her mother died of cancer back in 2006. it appears even the former head of the nsa is not immune from having someone eavesdrop on his phone conversations. michael hayden was talking to a reporter earlier this week while on an amtrak train. another passenger was listening in. that passenger was the former washington director of the washington group move on.org. he tweeted out what hayden was saying. hayden reportedly criticized the white house and bragged about the csi's practice of rendition. >> i thought it was the wrong thing to do for an official of his stature to be making those comments. >> hayden reportedly wasn't too upset. he got a call from his office after hanging up with the reporter and went over to talk to mattzie. he asked him if he wanted a reel interview then posed for a
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picture with him. a federal investigation is underway to stop sea lions from being shot in southern california. we have to warn you of graphic injuries. sea lions have washed up with bullet wounds. this has been happening on malibu beaches. the shootings are common in october when squid fishing season gets underway. there is no evidence the fishermen are responsible for the shootings. >> it's horrible. i can't even imagine somebody would want to do that to any animal. >> shooting sea lions is illegal. anyone convicted of shooting them faces up to $10,000 in fines and as long as a year in jail. in other news, the 49ers are going through their last day of practice before tomorrow's game in london. quarterback court documents little kaepernick, one of the players leading the team through drills. they moved out of a london area resort and started practicing
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at a rugby field. the niners are heavy favorites to beat the jacksonville yag wars. the players won't take them lightly. >> they've watched the jaguars on tape all week. respect the team. they see it on the tape. this is a good football team. >> one of the biggest adjustments has been handling the jet lag. kickoff set for 10:00 tomorrow morning. you can watch the fox pregame show. of course the niners right here on ktvu. >> we've got a crew over across the pond. >> joe fonzi is over there. he'll be giving reports. >> it's been nice to see pictures. healthy new moms on the run. a beautiful day is shaping up. temperatures soaring. i'll have a look at what you can expect in your neighborhood.
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new mothers on the go can buy baby formula powder. the formula is being sold at four pharmacies in beijing. a plans are in the works to expand those vending machine sales. formula powder could be sold in 10,000 pharmacies nationwide by 2014. the olden state warriors tip off against the los angeles lakers. warriors are making sure their center will stick around for a while. they agreed to a three year contract extension. bogat has been plagued with foot, ankle and back injuries. statistics show the winner of tonight's world series game will likely win the whole thing. the series is tied at one a piece after the st. louis cardinals beat the boston red sox thursday night. there were 53 times when the world series was tied at one
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game a piece. the winner of game three went on to take the series 38 times. that's nearly a 72% winning percentage. you can see the red sox and cardinals go at it in game three right here on ktvu. coverage begins at 4:30 with the first pitch after 5:00. let's head back over to rosemary for a check on how your weather is shaping up. >> temperatures are slowly climbing. fog along the coastline. patchy just inside the bay. widespread low 40s to low 50s. some of our inland areas chilly. mostly sunny skies. low 50s to near 60 degrees. in time for the lunch hour. mid60s amped the bay. low 70s inland. a look at afternoon highs. 61 in oakland. 77 in concord. most areas a few degrees warmer than yesterday. inland communities, 5 to 7 degrees warmer. you should notice that.
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concord, a few degrees warmer. today, your extended forecast. subtle changes for sunday. bigger changes on monday. i think the notable difference for most will be just the cooler temperatures, the breezy conditions. new developments here. we're looking at the slight possibility of maybe a few scattered showers. >> i know we need them. >> you're right. >> just another week before we -- >> we need more than what is even anticipated. >> thanks, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. we do appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> you can find updates at ktvu.com, the ktvu app, facebook, twitter. thanks for joining us. ikea. professional kitchen services at a low price. we'll take something tasty and healthy. ♪ ♪ if you wanna go and fly with me ♪ ♪ it's buzz the bee on your tv ♪ ♪ oh how did i get this way?
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